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Lao People's Democratic Republic - Second Phase of the Rural Electrification Project of the Rural Electrification Adaptable Program Loan (APL) (English)

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  • Document Date

    2009/12/14

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB5243

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Lao People's Democratic Republic,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Lao People's Democratic Republic - Second Phase of the Rural Electrification Project of the Rural Electrification Adaptable Program Loan (APL)

  • Keywords

    Norwegian Agency for Development;tariff structure and levels;physical cultural resources;emission from paddy field;transmission and distribution system;Advisory services;off-grid electrification;adjustment of tariff;Support for Agriculture;provision of good;rural infrastructure development;Natural Resource Management;institutional capacity building;power and water;growth and development;power sector expansion;Solar Home System;information technology system;consumption of fossil;large industrial consumer;climate change issue;private sector financing;total public expenditure;gross domestic product;Electricite du Laos;participation and empowerment;power system planning;knowledge management activity;loans from bank;capacity building program;procedures for consultation;alternative renewable energy;private sector investor;operation and management;poverty reduction effort;renewable energy development;ethnic minority groups;sound financial position;power sector development;amount of land;Access to Electricity;poor rural population;income generating activity;land acquisition;loss reduction;tariff reform;financial sustainability;delivery model;rural area;hydropower development;grid extension;ethnic group;tariff adjustment;Safeguard Policies;financing mechanism;house wiring;safeguard policy;financing source;medium voltage;transmission line;public awareness;Indigenous Peoples;government building;social objective;income generation;engineering practice;safety aspect;international consultant;livelihood support;account receivable;load growth;adequate tariff;concessionary financing;public consultation;irreversible impacts;safeguard issue;small-scale hydropower;mitigation measure;civil works;living standard;price escalation;incentive mechanism;hydro generation;generation expansion;transmission grid;domestic consumer;financial viability;operational efficiency;profit center;global knowledge;hydropower plant;Micro Hydropower;safeguard measure;involuntary resettlement;natural habitat;community compensation;national capacity;concessionary lending;adequate safeguard;community facility;small parcel;local travel;procurement capacity;staff resource;extensive consultation;private investor;capital subsidy;private funding;remote village;upfront payment;limited resources;parallel financing;connection charge;poor household;connection rate;government support;utility company;Population Density;renewable technology;direct compensation;development work;population estimate;ethnic diversity;upland area;international investment;market mechanism;public-private partnership;external support;program account;financial crisis;real gdp;active participation;hydropower sector;mining development;advanced technology;hydro potential;remote area;socio-economic development;private investment;household connection;productive use;social impact;thematic area;agriculture sector;financial evaluation;gross revenue;installed capacity;power trade;provincial authority;Social Assessment;Power Generation;energy conservation;fuel wood;institutional strengthening;investment program;long-term sustainability;diesel oil;commercial objectives;cement industry;finance strategy;technical expertise;program planning;local population;electricity tariff;counterpart fund;adequate capacity;information dissemination;stakeholder participation;regular investment;government arrears;operational effectiveness;consultation process;ethnic community;monitoring activity;land use;alternative technology;pilot studies;household biogas;

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Citation

Lao People's Democratic Republic - Second Phase of the Rural Electrification Project of the Rural Electrification Adaptable Program Loan (APL) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/917631468045037420/Lao-Peoples-Democratic-Republic-Second-Phase-of-the-Rural-Electrification-Project-of-the-Rural-Electrification-Adaptable-Program-Loan-APL